Once you’ve introduced the Cog Curriculum to your learners and looked at each cog in turn, you may already feel confident about integrating Emotion Works lessons into your wider curriculum planning to help embed the approach.
However, if you’d like to keep following a more structured approach then our ‘1 emotion-at-a-time’ roll-out will keep you feeling supported and inspired with your Emotion Works teaching for a while longer.
Here’s a link back to our ‘Getting Prepared’ resource page with Training & Progression Documents and a reminder of all the Teaching Resources for delivering the Cog Curriculum at different stages.
Emotion-Specific teaching resources for the Next Steps programme are provided within each module.
This introductory module will help you set the scene for a 1-emotion-at-a-time approach sorting emotions into different categories with learners at different levels.
In this module we provide resources & practice ideas to help you explore joy & happiness with differentiated vocabulary and stimulus suggestions for different levels.
The focus of this module is on the concept of sadness with resources & practice ideas to stretch vocabulary and use stimuli relevant to the stage of your learners.
The resources & practice ideas in this module will help you take a closer look at the concept of fear using stimulus suggestions appropriate to different ages and stages.
The focus of this module is on the concept of anger with resources & practice ideas to stimulate discussion and learning across different levels.
In this module we provide resources & practice ideas to help you explore the calm & relaxed category of emotions via a range of teaching stimuli.
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